The Relationship Of Blood Clotting To Bile With Nausea And Dizziness?
My wife is 8 weeks pregnant. My wife is 26 years old u0026amp; this is pregnant first.
Hello Dimas, thank you for the question.
Actually the term blood coagulation in bile is rather ambiguous, difficult to interpret. Maybe what is meant is blood coagulation and inflammation of the gall bladder? Because basically there is no blood in the gallbladder. Gallbladder is a gallbladder storage sac that plays a role in the emulsification of fat in the small intestine. Therefore, it does not seem to have blood coagulation on the bile. Blood coagulation occurs systemically (thoroughly) and can be caused by an increase in blood cell production or a decrease in blood plasma volume. The thickening of the blood will flow more slowly, making it more difficult to reach tissue.
In pregnant women an increase in metabolism, because the mother must meet the needs of the fetus. Increased body metabolism should be balanced with increased blood flow. When blood thickens and blood flow slows, of course the need for oxygen and tissue nutrition to carry out metabolism is also disrupted. As a result, the flow of nutrients and oxygen to the fetus may be obstructed. The fetus can experience growth retardation, making it difficult for the fetus to gain weight.
Nausea and vomiting of pregnant women may be caused by an increase in reproductive hormones. Nausea can occur only in early pregnancy, but can also occur until the end of pregnancy. In addition, if there is indeed inflammation of the gallbladder, then one of the symptoms is nausea, vomiting. It is not easy to determine anti-nausea medications that can be consumed by pregnant women. Your wife must undergo an examination by a doctor so that the doctor can prescribe nausea medication. If nausea vomiting is difficult to overcome, then the doctor will still give anti-nausea medication, even though the drug may get to the fetus. Why is that? because consideration of drug administration is if the benefits outweigh the risks, then the drug must still be given. Mother's welfare must be prioritized so that the fetus has a better chance of life. Therefore, anti-nausea medication should be prescribed by a doctor who treats your wife.
You can help your wife by giving food that smells and tastes not too stimulating nausea. Give foods that are not greasy and low in fat. Help nutrition intake by consuming vegetable broth and meat broth. If nausea when eating, rest a little until the nausea subsides, then try to eat again, slowly and gradually.
Hopefully this information can help you get a better solution. Regards.